Agastache Tutti Fruitti will put on a great show from late Spring through Summer. The
early season with these pink bracts is followed by lavender flowers. The Hummingbird Mint
is true to its name, the hummingbirds go nuts for it. Agastache Tutti Fruitti requires
regular water and well drained soils. Unfortunately this is a not so common combination in Southern
California. Agastache Tutti Fruitti is a good plant for containers with its long blooming period.
The Hummingbird Mint will grow to 3 feet. Once the blooming season is completed I cut Agastache
Tutti Fruitti off below the lowest blooming stalk. That is usually pretty close to the ground.
Agastache Tutti Fruitti is hardy to Winter temperatures far below what we are likely to see.
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